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temperature a balmy 42. >>> more top stories when "cnn sunday morning" continues. >>> good morning, thanks for joining us. just about ten hours now until the super bowl. you know, i love football and i'm looking forward to the game tonight. this year i'm also going to be thinking harder about all those collisions as i watch them and how they affect the health of players now and potentially for years to come. the most pressing questions i see are about lasting damage from hard hits to the head. there is this new study out of ucla and it has relevance for all of us. it may have found a way for for the first time to look for tell tale damage in the brains of players who are still alive. when he was a backup quarterback in the nfl, wain clark was lucky to call a play or throw a pass. in fact, he spent most of his time on the sidelines. >> so, i didn't take the contacts that other players did. >> except for one game, one concussion in 1972. >> i went down on a slump because i didn't know where i was and didn't know what was going on. >> he spent several blear hours confused. >> somewhere over n
to kickoff in new orleans, a cnn bleacher report special. that is the mercedes-benz super dome. we are coming to you from fulton street in new orleans. i'm jerryd greenburg welcome back. let's review bleacher report's top five quarterback performances in the super bowl. and kids, you too can go from bagging groceries to winning a super bowl mvp. kurt warner, three appearances, a win and most valuable player honor. from an undrafted player to a guy picked in the 17th round. nothing like setting the bar high, right out of the gate. the packers, back-to-back wins in super bowl i and ii. tom brady, three wins, twice the most valuable player. terry bradshaw, four super bowl appearances in six years. two-time most valuable player. and joe montana also a perfect 4-0 in super bowls, and his last one coming right here in the big easy. guys, you know, the super bowl is played in a controlled environment down here. right now gorgeous atmosphere. 66 degrees. 365 days from right now, we'll be in east rutherford, new jersey for super bowl xlviii. today the forecast, o a brisk 30 degrees. there's a chance o
, gotye is in good company. a year where the theme of the grammys is new blood. here is cnn entertainment correspondent, michelle turner. ♪ >> reporter: we are young. that could be the theme of the 55th annual grammy awards. >> it's been an incredible year in music. it feels like alternative music is back. >> reporter: this year, the spotlight isn't on veterans, like springstein or dylan. it's about fun and the black keys and mumford & sons and frank ocean and jack white. ♪ yeah, i won't >> reporter: they're all nominated for album of the year. and they're all in their 20s or 30s. ♪ i will wait i will wait for you ♪ >> reporter: in addition, mumford & sons, dan auerbach, and frank ocean go in with six nods apiece, jay-z and kanye west. ♪ >> reporter: but this past year, attention was focused on the breakout stars, most notably, fun. the power pop trio from new york, and frank ocean, the new orleans r & b singer, who shot to stardom with this emotional performance on late night with jimmy fallon, where he sang about an unrequited love with another man. ♪ to be in love with some
coming from cnn employee who was there with his family, enjoying the daytona race, nationwide race. and we're hearing a variety of names of drivers that may have been involved in this crash from kyle larson to brad kozlowski and there may be injuries based on what our cnn employee is saying there, involving spectators in the crowd from this collision. we'll have much more throughout the afternoon. that's going to do it for me in the "newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. much more continues at the top of the hour with don lemon in the "newsroom." first, how your health could be impacted if congress doesn't find a way to stop those forced spending cuts from kicking in. sanjay gupta, md starts now. >> thanks for joining us. a lot to discuss today, including the oscar nominated film "how to survive a plague" about a controversial time in our country's history, the early days of the aids epidemic. the film maker is going to stop by. >>> also, the secrets of happy families. how to improve your mornings, rethink family dinner. even how to fight smarter. >>> plus, haven't we all raised our
talk. and i'm feeling better. >> for more on made her story, impact your world stage at cnn.com/impact. coming up, the exotic world of tea. what's healthy, what's tradition, and what's just weird. [ female announcer ] what if the next big thing, isn't a thing at all? it's lots of things. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. ♪ many hot dogs are within you. try pepto-bismol to-go, it's the power of pepto, but it fits in your pocket. now tell the world daniel... of pepto-bismol to-go. >>> a nice cup of tea. >> remember that old song, tea for two and two for tea? it trip to london would not be complete without a taste of britain's most popular drink. and who better to teach me about the tradition than cnn's very own richard quest. >> how do we hold our cup? >> i'll hold it like you do. >> well, okay. go ahead. you take the handle
to talk more about this are two cnn experts, and all things beltway and economics. jake tapper and ali velshi. thanks for joining us. you know, you hear francis colin talk. obviously, it's very concerning. ali, let me start with you. what happened to cause this? >> yeah, for once i'm going to use a colloquialism that actually fits. this is a poison pill. the sequester, forced budget cuts were something the government imposed upon itself to say if you don't take action to deal with the deficits and the debt, the consequence is going to be something so bitter that you're not going to want to swallow it. and guess what? this is the bitter. the idea that there are across the board cuts. now, there are many americans who justifiably, sanjay, think that we've got to get our spending under control. the problem with these forced budget cuts is that they are ham-fisted. they are -- they are using a sledgehammer where you need a stiletto. some of the things you described that are going to be cut are not the things that we should be cutting. there are probably other places we can cut. and keep in
and practice what we preach here at cnn and have six viewers that train for and compete in this triathlon, and i do it with them. they love you and have questions, as well. >> okay. >> what's the proper way to fuel for exercise? we obviously don't want to eat a big meal just before exercise. but i want to be able to properly fuel myself so that i have enough energy to complete the exercise. >> what do you think about that? >> it's a great question. here's the simple answer. people are always thinking about, all right, i've got to eat this special concoction of fuel so i can work out, and then i need to eat something special afterwards to replenish my body. the golden rule. eat four times a day, every four hours. breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner. and then no matter where you're working out, you're kind of falling into that perfect range. one thing, don't eat within 45 minutes to an hour of training, because then all the blood is going to your stomach to pull the nutrients out of the food which can cause cramps and you can't properly oxygenate your muscles. and don't worry about i just finis
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